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Voyager golfers tame Princeville wind

PRINCEVILLE — Spencer Summerhays of Island School fired a four-over 76 Saturday to lead the Voyager men golf team to a total 337 during the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation golf match contested at the Princeville Makai Golf Course.

Coach Steven Murphy of Kaua‘i High School described conditions as “windy and tough,” creating situations that kept scores high. Kaua‘i High School boys, led by Henry Anderson firing an 86, finished 42 strokes back of the Voyagers at 379.

Waimea High School boys saw Ty Tsukayama fire a 94 to lead the Menehune team to 429.

Kaua‘i High School had the sole girls team scoring at 418 after being led by Haley Arakaki’s 96.

Kapa‘a High’s top girls individualist belonged to Serena Bryan, who carded a 105, and the sole Voyager wahine tackling the Princeville Makai was Bailey Ponce, who ended with a 108, chasing three strokes behind Bryan.

Results

Boys (* denotes team): Henry Anderson (Kau)* 41-45-86, Kai Gokan (Kau) 52-63-115, Garrett Hadley (IS) 53-56-109, Tanner Hadley (IS)* 55-72-127, Christopher Jobe (IS)* 47-46-93, Calvin Kadiz (Kau) 73-70-143, Kameron Lee (IS)* 45-41-86, Kanoa Martin (Wai)* 50-58-108, Sterling Mexia (Kau)* 55-51-106, Cody Nii (Kau)* 56-59-115, Perrin Owens (Kau) 67-74-141, Carson Oyama (Kau)* 42-51-93, Willam Quetula (Kau) 70-60-130, JV Sibuma (Kau)* 46-48-94, Lucas Summerhays (IS)* 42-40-82, Spencer Summerhays (IS)* 37-39-76, Matt Taeza (Wai)* 57-62-119, Kylan Takakusagi (Wai)* 57-51-108, Keono Taniguchi (Kau) 59-51-110, Ty Tsukayama (Wai)* 48-46-94, Cody Yadao (Kap) 54-51-105.

Girls (*denotes team): Amalia Abigania (Kau)* 54-47-101, Haley Arakaki (Kau)* 48-48-96, Serena Bryan (Kap) 53-52-105, Priscilla Matthews (Kau)* 57-56-113, Samantha Murphy (Kau)* 56-52-108, Bailey Ponce (IS) 56-52-108, Leilani Redondo (Kau) 58-56-114, Rian Yamamoto (Kap) 68-74-142.

Exhibition flight (9 holes): Sarah Morioka (Kap) 81, Via Javinar (Kau) 77.

The next KIF golf matchis Saturday at the Po‘ipu Bay Golf Course, with first groups teeing off starting at noon.
Source: The Garden Island

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